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At first glance, the asin tibuok would look like a huge egg. Some even call it a dragon egg.

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At first glance, the asin tibuok would look like a huge egg. Some even call it a dragon egg.   This salt is made with knowledge from Filipinos during the pre-colonial Philippines.   The process is so long that a single batch would take a minimum of 3 months.   Learn more about it here: https://youtu.be/Pd1YtrTXa4c

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In the Philippines, there are a lot of words for rice. Uncooked rice is bigas, cooked rice is kanin, burnt rice is tutong, and the list goes on. Another example is laruk-laruk: unhusked rice or palay that’s toasted and pounded.    One of those dishes is tinupak. Quite interestingly, tinupak’s texture and overall appearance (minus,…

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I Made the Best Banana Bread with One Surprising Ingredient We’re all looking for the same thing when it comes to banana bread: moist, tender, and loaded with that banana-y (that a word?) flavor. We can tweak a few things with the recipe, but how often do we consider the most crucial part of the…

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3-Ingredient Healthy Dessert Recipe If you have a sweet tooth, then these easy 3-ingredient desserts are perfect for a guilt-free snack. Sometimes, you don’t want to bother with complicated recipes and just get to the good stuff. These recipes only need 3 ingredients, which are most likely already in your pantry. Just mix it all…

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Salmon is popular as a superfood, but how does it exactly benefit our health? Safebeat lists it down for you: It boosts your immunity. Salmon is high in omega-3, selenium, and vitamins A and D. These are essential for your immune system to fight off chronic illnesses. It’s packed with good protein. This helps fill you up and…

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Leche flan. It’s only customary to serve it during special occasions such as Christmas and fiestas. Spot the iconic oval tin at the dinner table and everyone instantly knows what it contains. This rich and creamy dessert is heaven on a plate (or in this case, llanera). The traditional leche flan recipe only calls for a few…

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